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Nintendo trademarks WiiRelax

11:00 AM on 12.19.2009 // Jim Sterling
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If a new trademark is to be seen at face value, Nintendo has taken the misunderstood notion of casual gaming to its natural conclusion and is working on software that allows you to do absolutely nothing in the name of fun. WiiRelax exists as just a name right now, but I think we all know Nintendo well enough to know that it is likely to be a genuine thing. 

As far as I could speculate, WiiRelax would basically include a cushion peripheral that you stick the Wiimote in, then you lay on the cushion and have a little sleep. When you wake up, there's a score on your TV screen. I am 100% certain that this is what Wii Relax entails. 

What do you think WiiRelax could mean, and what kind of stupid peripherals will come with it?


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